There are thousands of TIS automation projects bringing happiness and unique life experiences to people worldwide. Here are a number of case studies, including a selection of our automation projects and innovative smart products.
Some people believe that staying home is healthier than going out in a big polluted city, but that is not always true. Indoor air may be just as damaging due to the quality degradation caused by harmful chemicals. This is because contained areas enable potential pollutants, such as carbon monoxide and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), to grow more and faster compared with open spaces.Read More
Energy management in hotels is a challenging issue for owners. From the desired temperature to their favorite light level, guests are more likely to return for another stay when they can customize their room to suit their preferences. However, providing these features using old technology wastes a lot of energy. For instance, there are a lot of problems with the old card key switches. Guests can put any card in the old switches, or they might ask for more than one card. Even if hotel desk refuses to give more than one card to a guest, she/he might claim to have lost the card.Read More
Everyday there are 5 main prayer times for Muslims to pray to God, and many Muslims gather at mosques for these prayers. Being the house of God, a mosque should always be kept cool and ready for prayers. However, in practice, this can be quite costly on the mosques’ budget and for the environment.
Most mosques use splits as their main AC system, and a few of them are equipped with a central FCU system. What is common among all of them is that the AC system runs from morning until late in the evening. Such an issue is specifically widespread in hot spots like the Gulf countries, North Africa, India, and South-East Asia.Read More
Big houses with many rooms can consume a lot of energy. Family and guests might forget to turn off electrical switches. Also, basements and similar rooms consume a lot of energy even when there’s no one in them.
Generally speaking, your electricity bill will increase with the size of your house.
You can manage it all with a smart home automation system, but, you may be wondering, is working with such a system easy? Is it energy efficient? How exactly does it save energy?Read More
Controllers are usually mounted on walls next to doors, and the same is true for any kind of wall switches, whether for lights, thermostats, etc.
The number of light switches differs depending on a building’s scale and design. For instance, luxury houses demand a lot of lighting fixtures. Now, imagine the total number of switches needed for all of the rotating dimmers, FCU thermostat, floor heating thermostat, ceiling fan regulator, volume control, security console, curtain or shutter switches, and more, and we have a wall full of big and small switches, which is a serious challenge for interior designers. Installers would be troubled as well, since each device’s system has a special size and characteristics, making it hard to keep them elegantly organized.Read More
Commercial settings such as shopping malls, restaurants, and hotels use a lot of light fixtures to look bright or attractive. Also, due to security issues in such areas, you never see a wall light switch, because it is very important that everything related to lighting be controlled by an operator behind the scenes.Read More
Located along the GIDA - Chathiath road, the Queensway, which features a splendid view of the lake, is the first automated walkway in India. The musical walkway is 1.8 kms long, stretching from the GIDA road to the Chathiath Church. As the old walkway was not wide enough, it has been extended into the lake with 1-meter cantilever slabs. The existing trees and mangrove forests were all preserved during the construction of the walkway. The walkway has been laid out with beautiful tiles. With around 120 benches for visitors, the walkway is sure to be a pleasant experience for everyone.Read More